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Bozzutos named ‘Industrialists of the Year’

From Left, Toby Bozzuto, Kevin Plank, and Thomas Bozzuto talking before the ground breaking of the Anthem House project in Locust Point this morning. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

Tom and Toby Bozzuto have been named the 2016 William Donald Schaefer Industrialists of the year by the Baltimore Museum of Industry. The museum, which will honor the Bozzuto Group’s chairman and president and CEO, respectively, with the award on ...

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Mini-golf planned for Station North

(Flickr / Austin Kirk / “Flickr Mini-Golf” / CC BY 2.0 / Cropped and resized)

Starting next spring residents and visitors will hopefully be able to play a round of mini-golf around Station North. Station North Arts & Entertainment District Inc., in partnership with Maryland Institute College of Art, has been awarded a $35,000 Art ...

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Can affordable housing requirements go too far?

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While Baltimore is starting to grapple with its affordable housing crisis, San Francisco voters are considering a measure to require developers to include cheaper units. The ballot initiative would bump the number of below-market rate units required in a new ...

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Baltimore metro area housing market recovery continues

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The Baltimore metro area housing market continues to gain momentum. Home sales were up 14.5 percent year over year in April and the highest for that month in a decade, according to data provided by ShowTime RBI based on Metropolitan ...

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Baltimore County hopes to lure PayPal jobs

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North Carolina’s loss could be Baltimore County’s gain. The county is trying to lure a 400-person global operations center initially planned for North Carolina. That was before the state passed a controversial law that supporters say protects religious freedom but ...

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Warby Parker opens Harbor East location

Rendering of the new Warby Parker location in Harbor East, the brand's first location in Baltimore. (Photo: Warby Parker)

Warby Parker has opened its doors in Harbor East, making this the glasses maker’s first location in Charm City. Founded in 2010, Warby Parker’s frames have become recognizable because of their 1960s-inspired design and socially conscious business model. The company ...

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